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Second District: Certiorari, Confession of Error Rejected

If anyone tells you that a confession of error is dispositive in an appellate court, point them to this case. The Department of Children and Families sought certiorari review of an order vacating a mother’s consent to her children’s dependency. The mother never appeared and the children’s guardian ad litem confessed error, but the Second District nonetheless dismissed the petition, holding that it failed to demonstrate the irreparable harm necessary for certiorari relief.

It might be worth a little emphasis that the confession of error did not come from the mother.

















































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